All insects are an integral part of our ecosystems. As part of food chains, insects provide sustenance (dinner) for countless other animals. For instance, just one crow can eat as many as 16 bushels of insects in one year. So--all insects are beneficial and necessary. It's just that with some insects--like flies--it's harder to remember that they are a necessary part of the world around us.
They do have their beneficial side. They help control other insect pests. They act as scavengers and recylers when they feed on decaying waste such as dung and dead animals. Of course, they serve as food themselves for other insects and many birds. Flies are also great pollinators. Only bees and some wasps pollinate more plants and flowers than flies.
Flies are a favorite snack for many Spiders. So if you don't like flies in your house, encourage spiders to move in.
if flies become instinct who knows what could happen. we could all die or our ecosystem can become very messed up.
No, flies are not good omens. Kill them.
Flies are full of germs and it is not good for you if they poop on you.
poppers are good for bass and bluegill and wooly buggers,stone flies, and dry flies are good for trout
he is good at hunting
Bees do something with pollen that help the plants and ants I am unsure about (like flies) What good are flies?
they know how to catch flies
i dont no sorry!
No, flies are not good for compost. The insects in question indicate that something is awry in terms of the composting ingredients or process and that the shortcoming encourages them to lay eggs to produce more flies.
The fly is good for many reasons because they dispose of the dead organisms.
I think only moths have good hearing.